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Oct 4, 2012 4:00am PDT
think that they're trying to set everybody up for lower expectations for the technology sector, and for the whole earnings season combined. it's just not going to be as good as people are hoping for. > > would you by hewlett- packard at these levels? > > i think right now technologies could be a winner, just look for value, look for a drawdown in the market. right now, people are chasing data, people are chasing technology. i would hold off and wait a little bit. > > larry shover of sfg alternatives. thank you larry. > > thank you. it was all about domestics in denver, as the country tuned in for round one of the presidential debates. the candidates focused on major issues including jobs and the u.s. economy. my plan has 5 basic parts. one get us north america energy independent, that creates about 4 million jobs. number two open up more trade particularly in latin america, crackdown on china if and when they cheat, number three make sure our people have the skills they need to succeed, and the best schools in the world (we're far away from that now), number four get us to a balanced bu
Oct 5, 2012 4:00am PDT
year ago. the most opportunities - in healthcare, information technology and customer service. "when you do see big companies showing improvement and small companies too, that's all good news and means we're pointed in the right direction." grasz says it sets the stage for a strong 2013, even as congress prepares to grapple with the so-called "fiscal cliff" of expiring tax cuts and spending programs. "right now, it seems as though business doesn't think washington will be that crazy as to let that the fiscal cliff happen. government will solve this and not force the u.s. into recession." as for the presidential campaigning, for all the talk about healthcare costs and tax cuts, only one in five employers surveyed told careerbuilder that the election's outcome would impact their hiring. the rest said it'd have no effect or weren't sure. but retailers plan to use the holidays as an audition for full-time applicants. john challenger says out of 700,000 holiday hires, 25% will see it lead to a full-time position. on the flip side of all this, layoffs are at their lowest levels in a
Oct 1, 2012 4:00am PDT
technology or an aftermarket device that plugs into the car's under-the-dash diagnostic connecter, a growing number of consumers are happy to share their driving information with their insurer. while telematics can help track stolen vehicles and determine fault in an accident, there is something a little big brotherish about your insurance company knowing how fast you're driving and yoiur acceleration habits. "if they are a little leery in letting an insurance company look at when and how and how far they drive, they can opt in, opt out - they can go month-by- month and see if they even enjoy the program." progressive insurance makes a point of saying its snapshot telematic device does not record location and won't necessarily know if you are speeding. unless of course you're going a hundred miles an hour. progressive will know if you're, say, driving 50, but because location isn't tracked, they won't know if that's perhaps on a residential street. and the insurers say telematics data are used to help you drive better & lower premiums, not to penalize you. following a week of angry a
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